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    • Confusion Between Issues of Copyright and Plagiarism put access to Knowledge at RISK!
      By: Shelby Atchison
    • The difference between plagiarism and copyright is often confused, but these two are completely different issues
    •  Plagiarism is a matter of ethics, taking others work and presenting it as your own
    • Plagiarism is often accidental and is not punishable by law, only by academic institutions
    • Plagiarism offends and harms the audience
    • Respect is shown to academic works, and plagiarism avoided, through citation.
    • Copyright is a matter of law, taking others work and using it with out permission
    • Copyright is punishable by law and can lead to fines, or even jail time
    • Copyright infringement offends and harms the individual who created the work.
    • Respect is shown to a copyright through asking for permission and sometimes paying a fee in order to use the work
    • Are those fighting for copyright laws going past the protection of the creator, and becoming greedy?
    • These young adults at a Girl Talk concert are breaking the law by participating in copyright infringement , does this look like a typical crime scene?
    • Both plagiarism and copyright infringement could be easily avoided with the expansion of creative commons so ideas could be built upon.
    • The natural progression of knowledge requires freedom of ideas in order to build on old ideas, we see this natural way of development in evolution and the evolving of species.
    • Copyright is focused on profit, which differentiates it from plagiarism which is based on giving credit.
    • Digital literacy
      requires a change
      in the way
      copyright is
      approached, unlike plagiarism which can still be avoided through citation.
    • Although they are separate issues, one thing copyright infringmentand plagiarism have in common is that digital technology is causing an increase in both
    • American culture is not in sync with American copyright laws
    • Restrictions on plagiarism are in sync with American cultural values that believe in giving credit to authors through recognition
    • Plagiarism is a completely unrelated issue to copyright, when the two are confused student learning suffers
    • Citations
      Murray, Laura J. "Plagiarism and Copyright Infringment." The Costs of Confusion: 173-81. Print.
      Bolter, J. David. Writing Space: Computers, Hypertext, and the Remediation of Print. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2001. Print.
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